Through the summer, I'm teaming up with my friend Kelli at Adventurez in ChildRearing to bring you a series of reflections and link ups on Proverbs 31 as we study along with Good Morning Girls. Get all the details on the study in the kick-off post. Daily discussion is going on in our Proverbs 31 Facebook Group. You're invited to join us too – just request to be added to the group.
Read other posts in this series:
- The Proverbs 31 Woman Kick-off
- Week 1: Parental Rights – Who do you speak for?
- Week 2: Be Rare. Be Trustworthy.
- Week 3: Attitude Check
- Week 4: What's Your Field?
- Week 5: Work Hard, Sleep Well.
- Week 6: Where's Your Focus?
- Week 7: Be Prepared.
- Week 8: Smile at the Future
- Week 9: Out of Her Mouth
- Week 10: Go to the Ant
Week 11 Reflections:
Train Up a Child
Her children rise up and call her blessed
If you're in the stage of the littles like me, you're probably laughing.
If you have teenagers, you might be laughing even harder.
Call me blessed? Seriously? Have you met my kids?
Ok. So, it's not likely that my toddler is going to run up to be and tell me that I'm the greatest mom in the world multiple times each day. It's not likely that my 5 year old is going to tell me thank you for putting him in time out. But over the long haul, I pray that I'm raising them to follow God so that when they are adults, they will look back and see what I've tried to do. Then I pray that they will call me blessed.
How are you training your kids? Will they one day call you blessed? Share in the comments. Make sure you go visit Kelli at Adventurez in ChildRearing too! Grab the button code from this page to share.
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